Join composer/pianist Clint Edwards for an interesting and insightful exploration of how classical music influenced contemporary composers.
Exploring Music: Bach to the Beatles – Part I
Three Tuesdays, November 7, 14 & 21
1-2:15pm (PT), 2-3:15pm (MT), 3-4:15pm (CT), 4-5:15pm (ET)
Join composer/pianist Clint Edwards to examine the many ways classical music has influenced popular music. In Part-I, explore the music of Bach, Beethoven, and Schubert to see how their use of song form, chord structures, musical motives, and song cycles influenced the works of The Beatles, Billy Joel, and Frank Sinatra.
- Nov 7: Bach to The Beatles
- Nov 14: Beethoven to Billy Joel
- Nov 21: Schubert to Sinatra – The Journey from Song Cycle to Concept Album
Save! Get “Early Bird” ticket prices; register before Nov 5th!
About Clint Edwards
Clint Edwards is a composer, arranger, and pianist. His compositions and arrangements have been performed around the world, including NYC’s Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, WQXR, Joe’s Pub, The Green Room 42, and The Eugene O’Neill Theater Conference, as well as in concert venues throughout England, Holland, Australia, Germany, South Korea, and Poland. He is the winner of the 2019 Broadway World Award for “Best Independent Album Release.” As a pianist, he regularly gives more than 350 performances a year in the NYC metropolitan area.
Ticket & Notes:
“Early Bird” Series Ticket: $37.50 (re: $12.50 per class). Available until 48-hours before the 1st discussion.
Regular Series Ticket: $45 (re: $15 per class). Available until the start of the last discussion.
Tickets: All tickets are 1) are per device, not per person, on Zoom, and 2) are non-refundable & non-exchangeable. Single tickets are not available for this series.
The Fine Print:
Fortunately, we’ve had very few issues, but just to be clear…
Your Zoom “Event Link”: The Zoom event link will be emailed to all registrants automatically upon registration and then again 2-hours prior to each class. To help it land in your “inbox,” before registering, please add the following emails to your contacts:
- JCC Alliance — email@example.com
- James Sokol — firstname.lastname@example.org
Registrants are requested to make sure the email w/link has arrived by the evening of Nov 5th. If the email does not arrive, please see “Troubleshooting” below.
Have a Comcast email? Please refer to this guide: https://www.xfinity.com/support/articles/spam-filters-and-email-blocking-new-experience.
Troubleshooting: We will do our best to remedy any issues. Registrants who have NOT received the email w/link are asked to check their email “junk” and “spam” folders. If found, please move the email to your inbox. If the email/link is still not there, please contact James (see below) immediately.
Late Troubleshooting: We will try our best – but cannot guarantee – help with Zoom links to guests contacting James less than 15-minutes prior to the event.
Live Only: In agreement with our guides, artists, instructors, special guests, etc., events are not recorded. Make-up sessions are unavailable. Credit/refund is not given for missed events.
Liability: While we will do our best to remedy any issues, The Osher Marin JCC & its Program Partners cannot be held responsible for 1) issues related to Eventbrite or Zoom, 2) ticket buyers not following the instructions above, nor 3) packing, shipping, or deliver services of food/beverages not received in time for tasting events.
Don’t ya just hate “the fine print?!!”
Questions? Email James at email@example.com.
Exploring Music is created by the Osher Marin JCC (San Rafael, CA) and offered by the National JCC Adult & Senior Alliance. See below for a full list of Alliance Partners.
ALL ARE WELCOME to join in our activities! JCC members, non-members, those who live near or far, people of all backgrounds, faiths, ethnicities, hair styles, fashion choices, chocolate preferences, etc. “The more the merrier!”